Oklahoma Restaurant Association - Event Information
New Alcohol Laws Coming your Way
The Oklahoma Restaurant Association, in partnership with the Oklahoma Hotel & Lodging Association and the Oklahoma Travel Industry Association, will host an informational session on the "New Alcohol Laws Coming your Way." The session will be held in five (5) locations across the state; simply choose the date and location that works for you!
Presented by attorney Adam Marshall with Barrow & Grimm in Tulsa, each 2-hour session will cover the details of the new law, which goes into effect October 1, and include plenty of time for Q&A. There is no cost to attend, but we do ask that you register as space is limited.
If you currently have a mixed beverage license, or are just thinking about getting one, these sessions are for you!
Dates/Locations All sessions will be held from 1:30 - 3:30pm.
July 10 - Oklahoma City
OSU OKC/John E. Kirkpatrick Horticulture Center - Room 196, 400 N Portland Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK 73107 (across from Capital Distributing)
July 17 - Tulsa
Culinary Training Room at Exposerve, 3902 E 15th St., Tulsa, OK 74112 (Directions here. Enter from 15th Street/Gate 5. ExpoServe offices are located across from RV Park in the NW corner of the property.)
August 7 - Lawton
Hilton Garden Inn Hotel, 135 NW 2nd St, Lawton, OK 73501
August 14 - Enid
SpringHill Suites by Marriott, 5815 KL Drive, Enid, OK 73703
August 21 - McAlester
Pete's Place Restaurant, 120 Southwest 8th Street, Krebs, OK 74554
07-10-18 07-17-18 08-07-18 08-14-18 08-21-18
01:30 PM - 03:30 PM Central
Adam K. Marshall
Attorney, Barrow & Grimm
Adam Marshall’s law practice focuses primarily on business law with specific emphasis on business associations and transactions, private offerings, start-up counseling, tribal business transactions, federal and state brewery licensing and compliance, and estate planning. Adam received his Juris Doctor (with distinction) and Master of Business Administration in May of 2003 from the University of Oklahoma.
In addition to his law practice, Adam is a co-founder of Marshall Brewing Company in Tulsa. Marshall Brewing Company is a production craft microbrewery which distributes craft beer in Oklahoma and surrounding states. In 2007 and 2008, Adam oversaw all the legal matters and many of the business planning aspects of the brewery’s start-up including entity formation, capitalization through a private offering, state and federal licensing, and commencement of manufacturing operations. Adam currently serves as its Vice President and General Counsel dealing largely with state and federal regulatory compliance and strategic business planning.
Adam’s professional associations include the Oklahoma Bar Association, Tulsa County Bar Association, Muscogee (Creek) Nation Bar Association, and the Tulsa Title and Probate Lawyers. He serves as a Trustee and Treasurer of the Tulsa County Bar Foundation. He is a member of the board and Treasurer of the Craft Brewers Association of Oklahoma. Adam is currently serving a three-year term as a member of the board of the Tulsa Regional Chamber. In 2015, he served as Chair of the Tulsa Small Business Connection and Vice-Chair of Small Business for the Tulsa Regional Chamber’s board and executive committee. He is Treasurer of the Carnegie Elementary School Foundation, a member of B.P.O.E (“Elks”) Lodge #946 in Tulsa, and an active adult leader with the Boy Scouts of America, Cub Scout Pack 67. In 2014, the Tulsa Business & Legal News honored Adam as one of twenty Tulsa-area “Power Attorneys & Legal Professionals.” He was honored as one of the 2011 class of Oklahoma Magazine’s “40 Under 40”. Adam was recognized as the 2008 Outstanding Young Lawyer by the Tulsa County Bar Association and served as the 2007-08 Chair of the Young Lawyers Division.
While in law school, Adam served for two years as student clerk for the Hon. Charles S. Chapel of the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals. He also served as Online Editor for the Oklahoma Law Review and is the author of “Oil & Gas Law: Royalty Valuation: Rogers v. Westerman Farm Co.: Burdening Lessees With an Implied Duty to Deliver Gas to a Marketable Location,” 56 OKLA. L. REV. 233(2003).